2Program Components Objective: Develop leadership qualities through participation in the small animal instructional program
3Components of the Program Supervised Agricultural Experienceexplore interestgain work experienceClassroom InstructionLaboratory InstructionFFA Student Organization
4FFA Student Organization Club or Student OrganizationDevelops Citizenship & LeadershipCommunicationDeveloped through CDEpublic speakingcreed (freshmen only)agriculture salespoultry, dairy and livestock oral reasonsparliamentary procedures
5FFA Student Organization This class develops Leadership, so what is Leadership?
6What is Leadership?Lead and inspire people. Don't try to manage and manipulate people. Inventories can be managed but people must be lead.- Ross PerotLeadership has a harder job to do than just choose sides. It must bring sides together.- Jesse Jackson
7What is Leadership?The task of the leader is to get his people from where they are to where they have not been.- Henry KissingerWhere there is no vision, the people perish.- Proverbs 29:18Nearly all men can stand adversity, but if you want to test a man's character, give him power.- Abraham Lincoln
8Leadership Qualities Objective: Identify leadership qualities desired by the small animal industry
9Leadership Qualities Integrity Courage Management Honesty Willing to go forward under difficult circumstancesManagementUsing people, resources, process to reach a goal
10Leadership Qualities Unselfishness Loyalty Enthusiasm Placing the desires and welfare of others above yourselfLoyaltyReliable support for an individual, group or causeEnthusiasmEnergy to do a job and the inspiration to encourage others
11Leadership Qualities Plan Knowledge Tact Able top think through, determine proceduresKnowledgeAwareness, understandingTactEnjoying and doing the right thing without offending
12Leadership DefinedLeadership is influence- the ability to obtain followers.- John C. Maxwell
13Public Speaking Objective: Describe the major types of speeches and the variables to be considered when presenting speeches.
14Parts of a Good SpeechConclusionIntroductionBody
15Prepared vs Extemporaneous Types of SpeechesTo informTo persuadeTo integrateintroductionswelcome speechesPrepared vs Extemporaneous
16Things to consider... Purpose Analyze the audience Occasion Content why are you giving the speechAnalyze the audienceOccasionContentComposition
17Delivery Voice pitch quality articulation pronunciation force over pronounce each wordforcemay the force be with you
18Delivery Stage presence appearance poise attitude confidence always positiveconfidencebut not over confidentpersonalityposture
19Delivery Power of expression fluency sincerity emphasis directness conveyance of thought and meaning
20Delivery Response to questions accurately ability to think quickly If you can not answer a question:“That is an interesting question, however, I am not sure of the answer at this time.”
21Delivery General effect interesting understandable convincing pleasing holds attention
22Conducting a Business Meeting Objective:Analyze the role of Robert’s Rules of Order in conducting a business meeting
23Conducting A Business Meeting ObjectiveAnalyze the role that Robert’s Rules of Order plays in the orderly conduct of business
24What is Parliamentary Procedure? Parliamentary procedure is a systematic way of organizing meetings.Parliamentary procedure is governed by Robert’s Rules of Order.
25Parliamentary Law Robert’s Rule of Order Rules for conducting a meetingAssures that all sides are treated fairly and that everyone has the opportunity to discuss and vote
26Parliamentary Law Main Objective: Focus on one item at a time Extend courtesy to everyoneObserve the rule of the majorityEnsure the rights of the minority
27Methods of VotingVoiceRisingSecret BallotRoll Call
28Voting Single majority Two-thirds majority one vote more than 50% of the votes castTwo-thirds majority2/3 of the members must be for the motionusually used when the rights of the members are limited
29VotingQuorumnumber of members required to conduct business
30Gavel Symbol of authority Meaning of the taps 1 tap means to be seated 2 taps means the meeting is called to order3 taps means that members should standSeries of taps“be quite and orderly”
31Table of Motions Highest Lowest Privileged Incidental Subsidiary UnclassifiedLowest
32The GavelThe president uses the gavel to control aspects of the meeting.The number of taps determines the meaning.
33Presiding Officer Chapter FFA President Must be fair and impartial Must relinquish the chair when the president desires to discuss business